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Dragon King Trilogy
2 : The Warlords of Nin (1 of 2)

by Stephen R. Lawhead
Aug 1, 2011
5 Hours
978-1-59950-780-4
Ages 13+
It has been ten years since Quentin helped Eskevar, the Dragon King, battle the monstrous sorcerer Nimrood. Since that time, there has been peace in the land of Mensandor. But everything is about to change.

An urgent message summons Quentin to Castle Askelon. The king, who is dying, wishes to name the brave young man his successor. But first, he sends him on an unfathomable mission.

What Quentin and his friend Toli, the Jher horseman, discover is not for the cowardly. The brightening Wolf Star is an omen of impending evil that might herald the beginning of the end of mankind on earth. It signifies Nin, a fearsome giant of a man who hopes to add Mensandor to his growing empire. Along with his merciless warlords, they are the fulfillment of a nightmarish prophecy.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Johann Dettweiler
Starring Richard Rohan, Thomas Keegan, David Coyne, Dylan Lynch, Joe Brack andy Clemence, Tim Getman, Lily Beacon, Karen Novak, Elizabeth Jernigan, James Konicek, Terence Aselford, Scott McCormick, Michael Glenn, Christopher Scheeren, Thomas Penny, Ken Jackson, Eric Messner, Christopher Graybill, Johann Dettweiler and Michael John Casey
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Johann Dettweiler
Dialogue Editors Johann Dettweiler
Sound Designers Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

So far... by David (Posted on 3/19/2015)
I'm loving this series.
Review by Jermane (Posted on 2/28/2015)
I have always loved fantasy, no one does fantasy better than GA. I have had this book series for a while but never got around to commenting on it. This is a good coming of age story, about a man facing his destiny.
Review by Johnny Tai (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Better than book1, this one has a bit more action and is darker and more mature.

It also got rid of the lord-of-the-rings-ish style which makes it less dull than the first book.

It is still too tamed to be good GA material when compared against other GA titles, but at least with book 2 we get a sense of forward motion and progress rather than just pages after pages of pointless dialogs.

All the issues are with the book itself though, for the production's part, GA's done a fantastic job as usual- bring the book to live with great voice casting and music and sounds.

The actor for the destroyer himself is probably my favorite- he's really gotten the creepy feel across to the listeners.

I find Quenton's voice a bit too old and strong- maybe he'd live up to that badass voice later on...but at this point in the story, he really hasn't shown anything noteworthy other than not dying on the wheel...lol

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